On 04/16/2014 03:19 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Nice! :) I wonder if you can reconfigure the
combo to apply the relevant style instead of just making it bold
Yes, you can, but I found you don't want to.
In the Tools/Customize dialogs, you can assign any style to a keystroke
combination. I tried it by reassigning Ctrl-B to the Strong Emphasis
character style and Ctrl-I to the Emphasis style. But, unlike the direct
formatting commands, these don't *toggle* the attribute. So, if while
typing, I hit Ctrl-B, then everything after it applies the Strong
Emphasis character style. If I hit Ctrl-B again, it *doesn't* turn it
off. So, I reassigned those keystrokes to their toggled effects.
Instead, I assigned Alt-B and Alt-I to the respective character styles.
Then, I assigned Alt-D to the "Default" character style. Now, I can
apply the desired style quickly while typing without altering the
default behavior of the program for those times when I might need it.
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